I am constantly reminded how lucky I am to have found an interest in animal agriculture; the work itself is great, but the people are even better.
It took a year or so of college for me to figure this out, but my voice is necessary and welcome in this industry.
This summer I have asked a lot of questions and I have answered just as many, but most importantly I have learned to understand the importance of “Why?”
Currently there is a great need to bridge the communication gap regarding the truth that serves as the backbone of American animal agriculture.
The themes targeted the rights and welfare of all animals. After a few phrases were repeated, the strategic position these organizations held was clear: these conferences are an attempt to undermine the animal agriculture community.
Originally I was in route to becoming a zoo veterinarian, then to a farrier, to an equine vet, as well as considering equestrian management. The common ground: agriculture.